April 2, 1932 to April 8, 1932
80 Years Ago In Overton County
(from the files of the Overton County Library)
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Mrs. Ernest Flowers, of TaylorÕs Cross Roads, visited Mrs. Henry
Lucian McDonald, of Ivyton, was a recent guest of Elmo Williams
Mrs. Claude Coleman and daughter, Morene, of Old Hickory, are visiting
home folks in Monroe.
Nola Mae Smith and Lucy Paul visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith last
The small child of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cravens is very sick.
Wolford Holt spent Friday night at the home of Benton Holt in Byrdstown.
Mrs. Cosby Sells and Mrs. Benton Holt visited Mrs. Cato Sells Wednesday
James Harton refused a wedding gift of $3,500 from an uncle in
Australia because he said he was a "fool to marry".
Corrine Reed and Clio Holt attended the singing at Lovelady Tuesday
Ruby Conaster and Geneva Little visited their cousin, Carrie Williams,
Health is not so good in Livingston.
Beatrice Tidrow spent the week-end with home folks.
Newton Amonette and family spent the Easter holidays with home
Mrs. H.C. Winningham, of Byrdstown R-2, entertained friends at
a birthday supper for her husband on Tuesday night, March 22. Guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Bennet Holt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Posey Winningham
and family, and Preston Lee.
The health department of New-Castle-on-the-Tyne, Eng. states the
average fall of soot in that city is 462 tons per square mile per
Mrs. R.B. Oakley and children and Beulah Bilbrey have returned
from Springfield, where they have been visiting Mrs. Oakley's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S.M. Ensor.
Thelma Denton, of Algood, was in Livingston Saturday.
E.T. Kuykendall and family all have the flu.
Mr. and Mrs. M.F. Marcum have moved to their new home on Spring
Overton County News
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